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Repeater listings

Listings of repeaters (mostly above 6M)


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  1. RFinder

    https://www.rfinder.net/websearch.html

    132 hits   1,339 views

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  2. New York Repeater Directory

    http://www.nyrepeaters.com

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  3. New England Repeater Directory

    http://www.nerepeaters.com

    18 hits   1,401 views

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  4. Repeaterbook

    https://www.repeaterbook.com

    5 hits   1,102 views

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